[Jobs] Current openings at e-Scooter startup Ather Energy

Ather Energy is an Indian e-Scooter startup company founded in 2013 by two friends Tarun Mehta and Swapnil Jain who were alumni of IIT Madras.They are headquartered at Bangalore.Their first product offering is electric scooter S340 is unveiled on 23 February 2016 at Surge Conference Bangalore. They will commence production by the end of this year.The company got investments from Tiger Global($12 million) and Flipkart founders($1 million).

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Swapnil Jain(L) and Tarun Mehta(R) with Ather S340 scooter. Image source: Yourstory

Current Openings

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Serial# Job Title Location Description & Apply link
1 Inline Quality Engineer Bangalore, India Click Here
2 Engineer – Process & Production Engineering Bangalore, India Click Here
3 Supplier Quality Engineer Bangalore, India Click Here
4 Electronic Sourcing Bangalore, India Click Here

Shared Services

5 IT Server Administrator Bangalore, India Click Here

Marketing

6 Blogger Journalist Bangalore, India Click Here
7 Graphic Designer Bangalore, India Click Here

Design

8 Automotive Design Engineer Bangalore, India Click Here

Battery

9 Battery Test Engineer Bangalore, India Click Here

Hardware

10 Embedded Hardware Design Lead Engineer Bangalore, India Click Here

Vehicle Intelligence

11 Data Artist Bangalore, India Click Here

 

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